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Multnomah County Department of County Human Services provides services for:
Gresham DHS office
912 NE Kelly Ave.
The State of Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) is Oregon's agency for:
Child abuse hotline: 503-731-3100
Portland Men’s Resource Center: Offers counseling for men individually, with their partner or family, and in groups. Common issues addressed include relationship problems, depression, life transitions, lack of focus or direction, recovery from childhood abuse and anger, and domestic abuse.
Raphael House of Portland Crisis Line: Raphael House has been offering shelter to women and children fleeing domestic violence since 1977.
Native American Family Healing Circle: Supports families impacted by domestic and sexual violence by providing advocacy, referrals, and support groups. We work with local programs to facilitate safety planning and placement, provide transportation and emergency hotel vouchers, and assure the practice of culturally relative services. We also provide assistance with filling out and filing Temporary Restraining Orders and Child Custody Orders, as well as with housing and benefit issues.
Salvation Army West Women’s and Children’s Shelter: The mission of The Salvation Army West Women’s and Children’s Shelter is to intervene in the lives of homeless and abused women and children, providing opportunities for self-sufficiency through shelter and support services.
South Asian Women’s Empowerment and Resource Alliance: Provides free and confidential culturally sensitive services to South Asian women and children victims of domestic violence in the greater Portland area.
24-Hour Crisis Line: 503-235-5333
Bradley-Angle House provides emergency shelter and options for healing to women and children escaping domestic violence. The 24-hour crisis line is a resource for everyone and all services at Bradley-Angle House are confidential.
Call 503-618-2700 to request a Gresham Police food basket.
Food basket delivery is available to all citizens in the Gresham Police service area.
To receive services, one of the following must apply:
Please speak slowly and clearly when providing the required information: your full name, address, telephone number and the number of family members in your household.
211 can help connect individuals and families with services that help many different types of situations, including energy assistance, food programs, housing and shelter, health care, substance abuse counseling, elderly care, parental support, child care, disability support and more.
For more information, dial 211 or visit 211info.org.